Studio located in the heart of Condado. Located on 2nd floor, includes a terrace with side view of ocean. Studio has a queen size bed and a daybed/twin sofa. In the Heart of Condado, you are in walking distance to the following hotels: Marriott Hotel, Diamond Palace Hotel, Atlantic Beach Hotel, and the newly renovated La Concha, and the soon to be open Vanderbilt Hotel. Parking, Air Conditioning, Cable TV and wireless Internet access included.
Rates are 1 or 2 persons:
$80 per day
$500 per week
$1750 per month
Third person is $30 extra per day.
If housekeeping is requested, there is an additional charge of $35 per cleaning, paid directly to the housekeeper. Otherwise, there are no cleaning fees.
A $100 booking/security deposit required to hold the unit. The security deposit is fully refundable upon satisfactory inspection of the studio at check out and refunded in cash. The booking/security deposit is payable by cashiers check, Paypal, or, if more than 4 weeks in advance – a personal check is satisfactory. Balance of payment is due in the form of cash (no check, money order, or travelers check) at check in.
Located \"where the action is\" – Right on the water in Condado Beach area. Near shops, hotels and restaurants: e.g. Kasalta - A bakery for breakfast or lunch, Bebo's Café on Calle Loíza, the restaurant with very good food and low prices, where the locals go; both restaurants are a must! Also Hostería del Mar, a seafront beach Guest House with a restaurant where you can enjoy their food while looking at the beautiful beach view (but it is not that cheap) , La Placita – with clubs and restaurants, Mike and Charlie’s Pizza (delicious), Via Appia’s Deli, Ropa Vieja – Cuban/Puerto Rican cuisine (my favorite)
Minutes to the historic town of Old San Juan, by bus or Taxi or an hour walk. In Old San Juan you can have a Piña Colada at Maria’s on Calle Cristo or try some cheese with nachosA; at night you can go to Señor Frog or if you want to hear and dance to Latin music try New York's Café! On the Calle Fortaleza you can find very good restaurants for example: The Parrot Club, Dragon Fly, Agua Viva and many others. Ah, and you should not miss \"El Divino Bocadito\" - an European Spain gay friendly Tasca, where Wednesday nights you can see the Sevillana dance Show and Friday nights you can watch the Flamenco Show, the place is very nice!
Outside the Metro area, there is El Yunque National Rainforest (The only Tropical Rainforest in the USA), The Radio Observatory Telescope in Arecibo, Bioluminescent Bay near Ponce, Culebra and Vieques.
Come to PR and have fun!
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Contrary to popular belief: You do not need a Passport to visit Puerto Rico.
Q. Will travelers from U.S. territories need to present a passport to enter the United States?
No. These territories are a part of the United States. U.S. citizens returning directly from a U.S. territory are not considered to have left the U.S. territory and do not need to present a passport. U.S. territories include the following: Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Swains Island and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
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